Do vaccines disproportionately harm minority children? Recent research has shown that may just be the case. A team of researchers led by Dr. Anthony Mawson, a noted epidemiologist, has shown that when it comes to the risk of developing a neurodevelopmental disorder (NDD) such as autism or ADHD post-vaccination, minorities may be at an increased […]
Although the research starts out praising vaccines and their benefits, after comparing the results to a group of unvaccinated children, it shows that vaccinated children were “significantly more likely than the unvaccinated” to have developed one or more of 5 growing disabilities or side effects.
According to a groundbreaking study from Jackson State University that discovered that unvaccinated children have significantly fewer health problems than those who are vaccinated. If vaccines are truly effective at preventing sickness, isn’t it logical to expect vaccinated kids to be healthier than their unvaccinated peers? Apparently not so.
Measles are making a comeback in the US and parents who don’t vaccinate their kids are often blamed for the revival of this rather harmless disease. A new study found that exposure to air pollution is significantly associated with measles outbreaks.
Zara Beattie, from Wigton, Cumbria was once a promising football player but now struggles to stand up on her own. Her parents believe her symptoms started after she had the HPV vaccine.
Yet another shocking blow has been delivered to people who still ardently claim that vaccines are “safe and effective.” Over $3.6 billion dollars worth of legal payouts have been made in the US alone since 1988, and with adverse events being under-reported (in the VAERS) to the extent of 90% or more, and with mature […]
After suffering an allergic reaction to the controversial HPV vaccine Gardasil, Mia Blesky was left paralyzed from the neck down. Once a straight-A student and aspiring pop star, she is now home-schooled and given lessons at her bedside. Her mother, Gini, believes that “the routine jab” is to blame.